By BareNakedIslam •
April 5, 2013 @ 12:53 am
Entertainment is another word for delivering high end explosives to unsuspecting American military personnel.
Now you know what entertainment stands
April 4, 2013 @ 5:12 pm
Well done Erin Burnett and CNN, and I liked the tone of the article.
You hear that, you stupid Sauds (rhymes with gods)?
“…just for entertainment…whatever the Hell that means?”
Maybe the saddle is shaped like a dildo, but full size, not like an islamists?
April 4, 2013 @ 2:44 pm
6th grade, for me, was 1983-84, by the way.
April 4, 2013 @ 9:15 pm
DS, mini-skirts came out in the mid ’60’s.
April 5, 2013 @ 2:46 am
Yes, I know that… I’m only saying the first time I remember seeing a classmate of mine in one…
April 4, 2013 @ 10:21 pm
Miniskirts have had a long history in the twentieth century. They actually first came out in the 1920’s believe it or not — yes the roaring 20’s. For the first time skirts went above the knees and sometimes a little shorter. This was the flapper era where beads and miniskirts were high fashion. Longer skirts became fashion in the 30’s, but then minis made a comeback in the 1940’s during the Second World War to preserve fabric for the war effort. Even nylon was in short supply for use in parachutes so women went bare legged or if they wanted to be more modest, they used something called liquid panty hose which women painted on the legs to give the appearance of stockings or hose. (My dad mentioned seeing this when he was in junior high and high school.) The 50’s went long again and in the late 60’s and early 70’s the miniskirt enjoyed its heyday. During this time the hemlines went as far as they could go with the microminis which went to the buttocks. They disappeared again during the blue jeans era of the mid and late seventies, but in the mid to late eighties they again made a comeback.
April 4, 2013 @ 2:43 pm
Come to think of it, I don’t remember mini-skirts being allowed in the schools I attended until the mid-80s (born in 1972). Of course, the first time I saw a fellow student in a mini-skirt was 6th grade, and even then, it ended JUST above the knee.
April 4, 2013 @ 1:44 pm
Maybe Tour de France?
April 4, 2013 @ 1:30 pm
Off topic B just been informed today that the wahabis have been granted planning permission to build Europes largest shithouse = mosque in dublin. Im disgusted and in shock im away to pray for my country :'(
April 4, 2013 @ 2:18 pm
eoin, I saw that story yesterday, but had exceeded my limit of gag-indusing posts for the day.
April 4, 2013 @ 3:10 pm
Its madness bonnie those pigs have went from a population of 3500 in.1991 to well over 50 thousand today giving that the whole population.of ireland is just over 4 million and the way those rat bastards breed 50 years tops and my country will be islamised the only comfert I take is they domt call us the fighting irish for nothing very few people north or south are aware of this monstrosity its seems it been well buried from.the public
April 4, 2013 @ 9:22 pm
eoin, aren’t there any groups in Ireland fighting Islamization? Can’t say I’ve run across any but if there are, please let me know who they are.
April 4, 2013 @ 1:12 pm
totally bizarre culture.
April 4, 2013 @ 11:54 am
Only those old enough to remember the late 60s and early 70s and spent much of their time in places populated by young, even middle aged, women will know that what I say is absolutely true.
Normal everyday women wore miniskirts without hose and often with little or nothing by way of underpinnings, even in bitterly cold winter weather. That era was like a continuous Fox News “Leg Chair”. I remember occasionally seeing a miniskirt clad woman indeed riding a bicycle. I was a young man then and very observant. I noticed that miniskirt wearing women for the most part carried themselves modestly and developed a very high level of skill in wearing their short skirts in such a way that they were no more revealing than shorts. They knew how to get in and out of cars and how to put on and take off shoes modestly.
April 4, 2013 @ 12:33 pm
Uncle, I got sent home from school (high school) once for wearing my skirt too short.
April 4, 2013 @ 1:16 pm
I graduated from high school a year or so before the “mini-skirt era”. My high school would not let the girls wear their skirts above their knees, 1 inch above would be the absolute limit. Some women teachers wore shorter skirts than the girls. I had an elderly algebra teacher who wore skirts just slightly shorter than the girls could. I was her pet. She did not like boys who were lazy or naughty students and DESPISED all girls. The teacher thought the girls cheated with their schoolwork and corrupted the boys’ morals.
As I said, I was observant. When girls started wearing miniskirts in 1965 peoples eyes were shocked. To get parental and/or school approval and to give people’s eyes time to adjust, opaque tights were often worn under miniskirts. Later tights were replaced with pantyhose/nylons. Finally miniskirts were usually worn over bare legs, like today. It was a gradual quasi-static process like in thermodynamics or like the frog in the gradually heated pot of water.
When I was in college when a miniskirted woman like described in my response to Steve walked by, heads did not turn very often. The style was firmly in place.
I bet the Muslim men were going out of their minds.
April 4, 2013 @ 11:18 am
Ha Ha Ha Islam is stupid religious and create stupid Muslim. To make human clever there for Islam need to destroy……
April 4, 2013 @ 7:59 am
Funny how CNN is so quick to jump on S.A. about bike discrimination. CNN fails to mention all the female genitalia mutilation going on in ALL the muslim countries. That is the real story, typical CNN.
Lets not forget that, as bad as S.A. is, they are not run by the muslim brotherhood, which would surely be even worse!
Could this be CNN’s real goal? Assisting in seeing the Saudi Kingdom toppled?
April 4, 2013 @ 12:29 pm
bm, not yet, but after the Brothers finish with Syria, they are on to Jordan and then SA. They are all Sunnis, but the Brothers want to replace the dictators and the kings. The Saudi King is obviously religious enough for them, but they want the oil resources there.
Actually, CNN has done more reporting on oppression of women in the Muslim world than most networks. Arwa Daman is one of their best reporters in this area and I have posted countless Youtube videos from her. She did some outstanding work on forced child marriages, self-immolation by women, etc. in Afghanistan.
April 4, 2013 @ 2:19 pm
The kingdom finances Wahab dawah worldwide. The MB was founded on Wahabbi principles, including the strict adherence to shariah.
April 4, 2013 @ 3:42 am
Oh, no… too late! 🙁
Hope it gets windy so they can use their burqas as sail and “fly” away from their stupid male relatives! Perhaps these women may feel a little freedom for a while…
April 4, 2013 @ 3:36 am
This same CNN retard was the one calling weaing the burka a liberating experience.
April 4, 2013 @ 12:08 pm
Def, I’d like to see her reading the news every night in a burqa.
April 4, 2013 @ 3:16 am
The Great religion of peace and freedom with the priest sounds of the earth, did show some respect to bicycles:))))) I would like know what their allies, the lefthist will say about this huge step, and special when the islamofasfist of Meca will start respect the woman as they respect their camel!!!!..
April 4, 2013 @ 2:39 am
Well, it is a step in the right direction.
Do you think that in a hundred years women will be allowed to drive cars, hold jobs, vote in national elections, hold political office, travel anywhere in the country on their own, own and operate businesses, and wear skimpy clothes to appeal to men?
That last one I will be looking forward to. Although I probably will be dead by then.
Yes, even in Saudi Arabia, time marches on, although at a much slower pace than the rest of the world. Yes, Saudi Arabia is keeping up with the times! Yes, Saudi Arabia is now a modern country! Women can now ride bikes for recreation! LOL.
Maybe a hundred years will just about do it in Saudi Arabia, to get to the equivalent of the twentieth century.
Consider the last hundred years in the West… Think about it!
I think I remember even here in Western countries in the nineteenth century, women were discouraged from riding bicycles and riding horses because they would have to spread their legs and it was highly impractical given the long dresses they wore. Athletics for women were restricted and discouraged because they were considered unladylike.
In the nineteenth century and even early twentieth, both men and women had to wear real ‘bathing suits’ which covered the entire body; public nudity of any kind was not tolerated. Yet nowadays, men can go bare chested, and in many countries even women, and totally nude beaches are now accepted in many places.
Prior to the twentieth century, women did not have the right to vote, except in one or two countries.
In the nineteenth century, sexual segregation was the norm in most activities. There were no women bus drivers, no women lawyers, no women scientists, no women clergy, firefighters, or police. Any jobs for women were severely restricted and mainly clerical and service jobs. Even schools were often sex segregated. Nowadays it is actually somewhat difficult to find gender segregated schools, coed is now the norm.
In the nineteenth century, both women and men, wore much more clothing than they do now. Women were dressed from head to toe in long gowns and petticoats and the like which restricted movement and made everyday activities for women very difficult. Women shielded themselves from the sun because a tan was regarded as unhealthy. Nowadays women and men have much more freedom. Women’s skirts through the twentieth century grew shorter and shorter exposing legs. Women now can wear jeans, slacks, and shorts whereas that was once considered mannish. Both sexes have greater freedom of movement. Suntans are now considered healthy.
Rules of sexual morality have changed. Men and women can now interact more freely than they did in the past. Chaperones, once a common fixture in dating, are now unheard of. There is less stigma attached to a child born out of wedlock. Homosexuality is now more accepted and more open and public and people have less fear of being persecuted than in the nineteenth century. Masturbation was considered a sin in the nineteenth century; now it is considered normal. Pornography could only be seen in dingy storefronts and in seedy locations. Now the internet caters to virtually any sexual fetish imaginable. And there is no longer any mystery as to what the human body looks like in the nude. And if you have any question about sexuality, you can nowadays find the information easily.
In the nineteenth century institutionalized racism and bigotry were more acceptable practice. Nowadays, to call someone even a derogatory name can cause great offence even to a person not of the group being referred to.
All this and more in one hundred years.
June 9, 2013 @ 9:59 am
This’s not a great deal of CNN. How would like the famous channl export and discase the privacy of the Saudi Arabi and mocking on their religion . Saudi Arabi has the bigies holy flower in the world . However, this is not the subject People in Saudi want run their life as what they want not as other , Saudi isnot care what others people spek thy are having their culuter and religion
April 4, 2013 @ 1:55 am
Those bicycle seats must somehow be programmed to perform clitoridectomies, there is no other rational explanation.
April 4, 2013 @ 12:49 am
Whoopee! mo’s saudi whores from hell can ride bikes around the park to work off their excess poundage!
Here are mo’s “poor, starving(yet overweight) palestinian” whores from hell on the Temple Mount acting like stormtroopers and getting away with it! The dhimmi Israeli cops do nothing. These burka babes are pleasing to allah and will serve as perpetual sex slaves to jihadi martyrs in paradise, while the woosie saudettes will languish in hell.
April 4, 2013 @ 12:26 am
This is such a joke and it would be funny if this wasn’t the 21st century and if women in Islam weren’t chattle. Can’t ride a bike to travel, must have a male family member accompanying and that black curtain on. The TV spokes person said it correctly, where are the women going to go in 120 degree heat? … I realize that living under Islam is a “living in hell,” but riding a bike in 120 degree heat would be just as much of a “living hell”; and just what non-muslim country can she ride her bike to?
April 4, 2013 @ 12:22 am
Never ending source of comedy. This one is hugely entertaining.
April 4, 2013 @ 12:13 am
i don’t like islam, and i don’t like Yusuf Islam. Hey Yusuf, if you don’t want talking to unveiled women, they also feel disgust to be near you you know. Just keep your ugly, messy beard and middle age hair style, and your dream about 72 virgins. moron old man.
April 3, 2013 @ 11:59 pm
I guess having women in abayas riding bicycles and having the fabric tangled up in the bike spokes and gears offers another way of Saudi men to torment and torture the women, a favorite male Muslim activity.
April 5, 2013 @ 12:19 am
Torture? No, the followers of the religion of peace can not commit torture, or violent attacks on women! Or…? [/sarcasm]
Another country, but still muslims.
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